He’s dream­ing

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“What would you re­ally like, dar­ling?” (June 16-17), about a wife’s gift to her hus­band of a three­some, came out the day be­fore my birth­day. I showed it to my wife but she sneered de­ri­sively and sug­gested I should make an ef­fort to im­prove my per­for­mance in a two­some. Ian Pol­lock Maleny, Qld I was dis­ap­pointed and sad­dened to come across this ar­ti­cle. Why do you imag­ine such a tawdry ar­ti­cle has a place among your usu­ally in­for­ma­tive and worth­while ar­ti­cles? Marlys G. Hay Leonay, NSW

Pamela Druck­er­man’s story put a gig­gle in our weekend. As I said to my hus­band, she’s a bet­ter wife than I am. Jo Miller New Farm, Qld

I hope Pamela Druck­er­man’s mé­nage à trois piece was tongue-in-cheek – oth­er­wise, please don’t tell us it’s a “stan­dard is­sue male fan­tasy”. Maybe con­fine this to your world, but don’t tell us it’s ours. Sa­man­tha Vieira Wahroonga, NSW

What a load of rub­bish that go­ing to bed with two women is a stan­dard-is­sue male fan­tasy. Worse, and more dis­turb­ing, is the fact that Druck­er­man kow­towed to her hus­band’s fan­tasy of a three­some with her and an­other woman. I hate to think what other fan­tasies of her hus­band’s she’s go­ing to ful­fil next. May I sug­gest that for her next birth­day, her hus­band give her a stan­dard-is­sue fe­male fan­tasy – a di­vorce. Marl­ish Glo­rie Palmyra, WA

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